When you become a student with us you will only need to attend one campus, which is based on your subject choice. No matter where you study with us, all students benefit from the same access to support, guidance and opportunities, and can also visit the other campus to complete coursework or do revision.
Farnborough College of Technology is located on Boundary Road and is home to our A Levels, Adult Courses, Degrees and Higher Education, and the majority of our Vocational Courses (Construction is taught at Aldershot).
Facilities here include our Aerospace and Automotive Academy, Beyond Fitness Gym, Gallery Restaurant, Graphic Design Suites, Hair & Beauty Academy, TV and Radio Studios, University Centre Library and more.
Being a student at Farnborough College of Technology means a lot – as well as access to industry-standard facilities around the College, you can also use our dynamic new University Centre Farnborough building.
Child care facilities are also available to students and staff at Farnborough, at our Bookworms Nursery.
All Construction courses are taught at our purpose-built Aldershot College, which is in the North Town area near the Blackwater Valley Road. As a student here, you’ll have access to the same facilities, services and activities held at the Farnborough campus, but with the advantage of having your own modern space to learn in.
Students on Vocational Courses and Apprenticeships learn at Aldershot with an extensive range of equipment and spaces available. These include large work spaces for student bricklayers, carpenters, electricians and plumbers to practice in, complemented by traditional classroom areas, a library and canteen.
Our Degrees and Higher Education students make use of the new University Centre building for small lectures, as well as other specialised facilities across the College.
The new building provides bright and welcoming spaces to learn in, with a Starbucks Coffee Shop, computers, library and plenty of study areas under one roof. Our recently-refurbished Study Centre is also part of the University Centre. This is where students on university-level courses can work in groups, study and socialise – with coffee and snacks also on offer.
No visitors are currently allowed to visit the College unless arranged with a member of staff.